The An Actual Exclamation EP is the first five song EP of music designed to be played as a Marathon on the hit iPod game, Phase. Phase is an interactive music game for the latest Nano, Classic and 5th generation iPod that lets you experience songs in an entirely new and unique way. Choose a song in your iTunes library, and Phase will turn it into a playable game level. Press and glide the iPod's click wheel along with the rhythm of the music to catch notes and flowing sweeps. Travel through... Topics: Phase, iPod, Full-Source, Harmonix, Synth Pop, Electronic, Video Game, Indietronic
This release is a remix ep of 'A World To Enjoy' by Full-Source. It originally came out in 2003 as a free mp3 release. It contains the original mix, 3 variations, and 4 remixes by other artists. An alternate mix is featured as a bonus track on the 2004 Full-Source album, 'The Nothing'. Topic: Electronic lo-fi
Farewell These Unknown Suns is the final Full-Source album. These twelve songs close the book on the last thirteen years of musical experimentation in the realm of electronic pop music. Collected are elements from all styles of Full-Source over the years. The finished creative output is an album that is unique and (for the first time) very much sounding like Full-Source. The sun sets, we look to the stars. Perhaps a hint of where Tim Dwyer of Full-Source will lead us next. Topics: no-source, toytronic
Following the release of Full-Source's third album "The Lantern, The Ghost, and The Sea" a remix contest was started to promote and expand upon the sound and themes of the album. A year and many remixes later, a companion album, "Eyes Wide & Empty Hats" enters. This album carries on the toytronic atmosphere with seven songs from the same recording session that produced the The Lantern, The Ghost, and The Sea as well as seven favorable remixes by new artists and No-Source... Topics: no-source, indie, electronic, folktronic, ambient, remix
The Kalimba is a percussion instrument from Africa, sometimes called a thumb piano. It is also the basis for Tim Dwyer's latest album as Full-Source. Its soft metallic tones resonate throughout 10 of the 13 songs, winding in and out of the glockenspiels, synths, beats and other assorted instruments that form the backing track to lyrics exploring themes relating to the metaphorical lantern, ghost and sea of the title. Losing all past traces of high concept space operas and gritty synthpop, 'The...